Welcome from Martin Reid
There is a real buzz in the air in the further education sector this autumn. For a start there’s this bumper edition of inTuition, complete with its twin supplements on maths and English teaching and learning. We have so much great content it is difficult to know where to begin.
We have an insightful interview with Ofsted’s Paul Joyce on page 10. Paul really does put flesh on the bones of the new Education Inspection Framework introduced this month. The research section is packed with insights into key teaching practices and practitioner research.
And talking about practitioner research, please do have a read of the article on page 24 outlining the revamped Professional Standards research tool. Our maths and English supplements are full of fascinating, informative and useful articles from leading academics and practitioners alike.
There is lots about the new Centres for Excellence in Maths (CfEM). Membership of SET is a great way to keep yourself plugged into this thriving community of professional practice. And on 6 November hundreds of SET members will gather in Birmingham for the second annual SET Conference. If you want to be part of something special book your ticket now. Details are on page 4 and on the SET website.
Martin Reid is Director of SET.
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